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Apple is right not to break its own encryption! And not just for the obvious reasons...
EXCELLENT: Concise post on the real threat behind well-meaning govt request to break into iPhones #nobackdoor
privacy  security  backdoor  q1  2016  terrorism  government  exceptional  apple  ios  encryption 
february 2016 by csrollyson
After Paris: Liberté demands unlimited encryption | InfoWorld
Shows there's no halfway, #privacy/liberty will be gone forever, if we let it #NoBackdoors
encryption  backdoor  Q4  2015  pointofview  exceptional  paris  attack  surveillance  police  military  politics  hightech  apple  criminal  terrorism 
november 2015 by csrollyson
Five Best File Encryption Tools
Compares the best encryption software as of Q1 2015
encryption  disk  tool  software  comparison  q1  2015  security 
september 2015 by csrollyson
Starbucks: We Stored Your Passwords in Plaintext
Starbucks app stores password in plain text, could be vulnerable if someone plugged your device into a computer to access its data [links]
starbucks  application  privacy  encryption  security  q1  2014  mobile 
january 2014 by csrollyson
NSA spying will ultimately benefit us all | Security - InfoWorld
Not sure of the veracity of this argument; pub/priv keys reportedly close to being cracked
security  surveillance  prediction  cloud  encryption  speculation  Q4  2013 
november 2013 by csrollyson
Google to Encrypt ALL Keyword Searches: Say Goodbye to Keyword Data
Google throws a wrench in SEO/SEM firms' operations by encrypting ALL searches, cloaking keywords [http://bit.ly/googhummhspot]
seo  marketing  google  q3  2013  encryption  policy  NSA  search  howto  analytics  ecommerce 
september 2013 by csrollyson
Cellphone snooping now easier and cheaper than ever • The Register
Too predictable: new approach that grabs/decodes GSM calls & texts; much cheaper/easier Thx @jpbarlow #li
mobile  security  privacy  threat  2011  Q1  cellular  encryption  2snr 
january 2011 by csrollyson

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